Cornerstone OnDemand (NASDAQ:CSOD), a global leader in cloud-based human capital management software, today announced that Canali, an Italian luxury menswear brand, is implementing Cornerstone's unified talent management suite to better recruit, develop and manage its people. Cornerstone will provide Canali with advanced technology for designing a tailor-made talent management solution with the same care and detail that goes into the elegant suits and luxury menswear for which they are known. Canali was founded in 1934 with a creative vision for men's haute couture that few have been able to rival. Employing state-of-the-art production techniques, highly specialized personnel and only the best quality textiles, Canali's unmatched design and thoughtful craftsmanship have made it a favored brand across the globe. Canali employs today nearly 1,800 people across Europe, the United States, Hong Kong and China. Canali selected Cornerstone's software, including solutions for recruiting, learning and development, performance management, and compensation management, to help the organization manage human resource processes for its highly diverse workforce through a single platform. Cornerstone's unified talent management suite enables organizations such as Canali to easily manage every aspect of the employee lifecycle. From finding the right talent, training new hires, and engaging employees with a targeted learning and development experience, to providing continuous performance feedback and rewarding top performers, Cornerstone helps to boost productivity, automate processes and drive bottom-line results. Comments on the News "Canali is a company with a strong tradition and identity that wants to protect and project into the future its legacy of expertise. The organizational development processes therefore must be guarded with great care for this purpose. A technology partner like Cornerstone is the right one to support the company in the whole area of people management," said Matteo Bondavalli, group HR and organization director for Canali.